Plus: Mindy Kaling wants her nosebleeds to mean something.
"'The Accidental Billionaires' is so obviously dramatized, and so clearly unreliable, that there’s no mistaking it for a serious document."
Says a blogger who claims to have read it: "It's a story about greed, about obsession, about our belief that all the money in the world can make us happy."
They're both jerks! Allegedly!
Ben Mezrich's MIT card-counting thriller is now the latest nonfiction book to come under scrutiny by people who think "nonfiction" means "true."